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ERIC Number: ED422713
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 173
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: N/A
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: ISSN-0890-4758
Using Languages Across the Curriculum: Diverse Disciplinary Perspectives. Translation Perspectives X.
Fichera, Virginia M., Ed.; Straight, H. Stephen, Ed.
Translation Perspectives, v10 1997
The collection of essays on use of languages across the curriculum (LAC, LxC) at the State University of New York at Binghamton includes: "Language Resource Specialists as Agents of Curricular Internationalization (An Overview and Evaluation of Binghamton University's LxC Program)" (H. Stephen Straight); "'But Do They Learn French?' (A Case Study of the Language Enhancement Effects of LxC)" (Marilyn Gaddis Rose); "Foreign Languages and the Teaching of United States Immigration History (LxC in History 264: Immigration Ethnicity in U.S. History)" (Thomas Dublin); "Use of Languages across the Curriculum in the Environmental Sciences (LxC in Environmental Studies 101, 201, and 320)" (Peter L. K. Kneupfer, Claudia C. Carabajal); "International Business and Languages across the Curriculum (LxC in IBUS 520: Introduction to International Business)" (George H. Westacott); "Foreign Languages (LxC) and the Understanding of Political Systems (LxC in Political Science 113: Introduction to Comparative Politics)" (James C. Hurban, Benedicte Lochen, Valeri Vassiliev); "Expanding the Global Community: Languages across the Curriculum" (Hurban); "Strategies for Handling Presuppositions in Political Texts" (Vassiliev); "Networking Discourse Communities across the Curriculum (An LAC Journey Toward the Twenty-First Century); "Virginia M. Fichera); "'Dime un Cuento/Tell Me a Story' (LAC in English 385: Children's Literature)" (Jean Troy-Smith); "'What Is This Thing Called Love--Exactly?' (LAC in English 368: Mythology in Literature)" (Denise M. Marshall); "Interdependence, Interaction, and Influence (LAC in Communication 240: Group Interaction and Discussion)" (John Kares Smith); "One Hundred Years of Neglect: The Silence of Language in History (LAC in History 214 and 215: Early and Modern Latin America)" (Carlos Perez); and "The Business Capstone Course: To Change or Not To Change Is No Longer the Question! (LAC in Business 495: Management Policy and Simulation)" (Maria A. Corso). (MSE)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: State Univ. of New York, Binghamton. Center for Research in Translation.